It’s been six months since the NTT IndyCar Series has had on-track competition but that changes this weekend, when 24 Dallara Indy cars take to the 1.8-mile, 14-corner street/airport racetrack for practice, qualifying and Sunday afternoon’s 110 laps of racing.
Jamie McMurray may not be a full-time driver with Chip Ganassi Racing this year, but the team is forming a partnership with Spire Motorsports that will allow the winner of the 2010 Daytona 500 to make his 17th start in NASCAR’s season-starting Daytona 500 next month.
The IndyCar Series has a new sponsor for 2019 and, hopefully, many years to come. NTT, a global information technology and communications firm, has signed a multi-year agreement to become the series’ title partner.
As he crossed the start-finish line at Sonoma Raceway on Sunday, Scott Dixon equaled a record held by the great A.J. Foyt.
Scott Dixon renews his IndyCar contract with Chip Ganassi Racing for another three years.
Morris Nunn, the team owner, master engineer and prodigious golfer, has died at home in Tucson, Ariz.; he was 79 years old.
NASCAR gives the okay for Larson to race at Knoxville for the championship.
Kyle Larson won the Brandt Qualifying Night at the Knoxville Nationals? But will Ganassi let him race for the win during a NASCAR weekend?
In an effort to make a complete exit from motorsports, long-time Chip Ganassi Racing marketing partner Target announced it will not renew its deal with Kyle Larson’s No. 42 Monster Energy NASCAR Cup Series Chevy.
Ford revealed today that they will be returning to Le Mans in 2016 and we’ve rounded up all the highlights of this exciting announcement.